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" GENIUS of the place. It is a sort of inspiring deity, which every youth of quick sensibility and ingenious disposition creates to himself, by reflecting, that he is placed under those venerable walls, where a HOOKER and a HAMMOND, a BACON and a NEWTON,... "
The Works of Samuel Johnson, Ll. D.: Containing Idler - Page 131
by Samuel Johnson, Arthur Murphy - 1820
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The Idler: In Two Volumes. ...

Samuel Johnson, Thomas Warton, Sir Joshua Reynolds, Bennet Langton - 1761
...CON and a NEWTON, once purfued the fame courfe of fcjence, and from whence they foared to the moft elevated heights, of Literary Fame. This is that incitement, which, Tully, according to his own teftimony, experienced at Athens, when he contemplated the porticos where Socrates fate, and the Laurel-Groves...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.

Samuel Johnson, Arthur Murphy - 1801
...a NEWToN, once purfued the fame courfe of fcience, and from whence they foared to the moft devated heights of literary fame. This is that incitement which Tully, according to his own teftimony, experienced at Athens, when he contemplated the porticos where Socrates fat, and the laurel-groves...
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Select British Classics, Volume 9

English literature - 1803
...himself by reflecting that he is placed under those venerable walls, where a Hooker and a Hammond, a Bacon and a Newton, once pursued the same course...heights of literary fame. This is that incitement which TulIv, according to his own testimony experienced at Athens, when he contemplated the porticoes where...
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Memoirs of the Life of Gilbert Wakefield, Volume 1

Gilbert Wakefield - 1804 - 560 pages
...himself, by reflecting that he is placed under those venerable walls, where a HOOKER and a HAMMOND, a BACON and a NEWTON, once pursued the same course...contemplated the porticos where Socrates sat, and the laurel groves where Plato disputed.' Idler, N0 33. — It appears that this paper was written by Mr....
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The British Essayists;: Idler

Alexander Chalmers - English essays - 1808
...by reflecting, that he is placed under those venerable walls, where a HOOKER and a HAMMOND, a BACOX and a NEWTON, once pursued the same course of science,...contemplated the 'porticos where Socrates sat, and the laurel -groves where Plato disputed. But there are other circumstances, and of the highest importance,...
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A Guide Through the University of Cambridge: ...

1808
...himself, hy reflecting, that he is placed under those venerahle walls, where a Hooker and a Hammond, a Bacon and a Newton, once pursued the same course...testimony, experienced at Athens, when he contemplated the porticoes where Socrates sat, and the laurel-grove where Plato disputed f." Indeid so highly conducive...
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The works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.: With An essay on his life and ..., Volume 7

Samuel Johnson - 1810
...himself, by reflecting, that he is placed under those venerable walls, where a HOOKER and a HAMMOND, a BACON and a NEWTON, once pursued the same course...heights of literary fame. This is that incitement which Tally, according to his own testimony, experienced at Athens, when he contemplated the porticos where...
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The British essayists: with prefaces biographical, historical ..., Volumes 33-34

Lionel Thomas Berguer - English essays - 1823
...himself, by reflecting, that he is placed under those venerable walls, where a Hooker and a Hammond, a Bacon and a Newton, once pursued the same course...laurel-groves where Plato disputed. But there are ether circumstances, and of the highest importance, which render our colleges superior to ail other...
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Idler

Lionel Thomas Berguer - English essays - 1823
...himself, by reflecting, that he is placed under those venerable walls, where a Hooker and a Hammond, a Bacon and a Newton, once pursued the same course...heights of literary fame. This is that incitement whichTully, according tohisown testimony,experienced at Athens, when he contemplated the porticos where...
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The works of Samuel Johnson [ed. by F.P. Walesby].

Samuel Johnson - 1825
...himself, by reflecting, that he is placed under those venerable walls, where a HOOKER and a HAMMOND, a BACON and a NEWTON, once pursued the same course...where Socrates sat, and the laurel-groves where Plato disputed0. But there are other circumstances, and of the highest importance, which render our colleges...
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